DR PAUL BUCKLEY – MBBS FAICD
Dr Buckley graduated from Sydney University. He followed a career in the Military becoming Director General Army Health Services, and then First Director General Defence Health Services. He then completed post graduate studies in Dermatology and skin cancer medicine, and has a special interest in melanoma and medical treatments of skin cancers. Language spoken: English.
Dr Laeeq is an experienced general practitioner with a special interest in women’s health, paediatrics, preventative medicine and chronic diseases, diabetes, stroke and traditional family medicine. Languages spoken: Punjabi, Urdu.
DR SIEW LO – MBBS FRACGP ThA
Dr Lo integrates conventional medicine with ancient healing wisdom, nutritional and environmental medicine, functional medicine and lifestyle medicine. He believes the human body has the innate ability to heal itself given the right lifestyle choices and nutritional support. He has special interest in gut health and the microbiome, in particular irritable bowel syndrome, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, dyslipidaemia, obesity, hypertension and other lifestyle related diseases. Dr Lo is a proponent of wellness, health and longevity. He is a member of the Australian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. He is also a Board Certified Lifestyle Medicine Physician (IBLM). Languages spoken: Cantonese, Chinese, Hokkien, Malay.
Dr Pratap is an experienced general practitioner with a special interest in family medicine, womens health and paediatrics. Languages spoken: Punjabi, Hindi.
DR SHAILENDER POTTUMUTHU – MBBS FRACGP
Dr Pottumuthu started his career in Australia in 2010 and has worked in Tasmania, Canberra and Rural NSW. His special interests include paediatrics, chronic disease management, travel medicine, and Aboriginal health. Languages spoken: Hindi and Telugu.
Dr Tang completed his medical degree in Sydney 1995. Early in his career he worked as a paediatric registrar and obstetric and gynaecology registrar in New Zealand and Brisbane for six years. In 2003, Dr Tang worked as a Flying Doctor in Roma, Queensland for six months before joining Florey Medical Centre in 2004. From these experiences Dr Tang developed a special interest in womens and childrens health as well as medical emergencies. Languages spoken: Cantonese, Chinese.
DR THOMAS ARMOUR – GP REGISTRAR
Dr Armour graduated from The Australian National University Medical School before completing his training at Canberra Hospital and Calvary Public hospital. He has subsequently worked as a GP in Wagga Wagga before moving back to Canberra. Language spoken: English.
AGNES LAI – DIETITIAN
Agnes is a qualified Accredited Practising Dietitian with the Dietitians Association of Australia. She graduated with a Masters of Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Sydney and was trained in Concord, Nepean Hospital and Prince of Wales Private Hospital. She works in private practice and has a particular interest in diabetes, cardiovascular disease, weight loss and gastrointestinal health. She has also volunteered at OzHarvest to teach healthy eating and cooking. In addition to private practice, she is currently furthering her skills in cooking at CIT. She believes that food is medicine and contributes significantly to our health. Languages spoken: English, Cantonese and Mandarin.